Whether you weren't able to attend, or your filing cabinet isn't quite as tidy as it should be, this page will provide you with any handouts, slides or resources from WICL events that we are able to share.
WICL are holding their second AGM on 10th July 2019.
If you are interested in becoming more involved as a Committee Member, you can put yourself forward here.
If you would like to join in as a Committee Member, please submit your details as well as what you could contribute to our Committee as well as any specific areas of interests (policy, mentoring, marketing etc), by 3 July 2019.
No nominations will be considered after this date.
Please note we are looking for active participation!
Please join us at the AGM at 6pm on 10th July 2019 at Doughty Street Chambers - whether you'd like to be on the Committee or not! All are welcome!
How to nail your appraisal
On Wednesday 21st November, WICL were kindly hosted at Norton Rose Fulbright for our 'how to nail your appraisal' evening. The event was presented by WICL members Pamela Reddy (Norton Rose Fulbright) and Tejal-Roma Williams (CPS) who delighted attendees with insightful tips and tricks on nailing your appraisal during preparation, the actual meeting and after the meeting - no we hadn't heard of a 'brag file' either...!
If you weren't able to attend, the ladies have kindly agreed for their slides to be shared here. We hope they are useful for your appraisal! Good luck! Let us know how you get on and consider seeking a WICL mentor for extra support.
I'd Rather Be: Challenges, Communication, Collaboration
This PPT link will provide you with the slides from the WICL Tim Collins evening held at CPS HQ on 13th June 2018.
WICL AGM - Minutes
Tuesday 1st May saw the Women in Criminal Law inaugural AGM.
The evening was a chance to review where we have got to since our launch and for members to give their input on where we are going next. After a spurring introduction from our founder, Katy Thorne QC, about the purpose of WICL and what drives its mission, (the support and encouragement of women across the criminal justice system, since you ask) accounts were reviewed and future events were considered.
Many thanks to the numerous women who put themselves forward for the WICL Committee. We are so excited to harness your energy and enthusiasm to maximise what our organisation can do! We know that with all your hands on deck we will continue to inspire and promote women across our profession.
If you have ideas and thoughts but weren't able to attend the AGM in person, we are all ears - firstname.lastname@example.org.